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  1. EDU 397I Managing Time and Paper

  2. Managing Time and Paper • Secondary Field Experience – Kathy Holt & Dixie Metheny • M usicEducation Program Handbook • Journal • Microteaching Assignments • Student-created Evaluation Form • Basal Series/District 2 Standards • Group Music Integration Units • Kodaly Method • Guitars For Thursday: Read Before School Begins I, Kodaly measures, GMIU, Guitar chords

  3. Anticipatory Set Bluebook • Name three of the six things from the chapter that you can do in five minutes or less… • When you are done, hand in your bluebook and take a look at that first chapter…

  4. Secondary Field Experience • Kathy Holt& Dixie Metheny • 45 required hours • You will receive your placement next Monday, Sept. 19th at the first Seminar

  5. Microteaching Lesson • Expectations • Evaluation Development • Assignments

  6. Managing Time and Paper • Calendar • Lists (Master and daily) • Office • Music Library • In Rehearsal • Uniforms/Robes • Track Everything…

  7. Basal Series/District 2 Handbook • Making Music (Silver Burdett) • Music Connection (Silver Burdett) • Spotlight on Music (McGraw-Hill) • Music Expressions (Warner Brothers) District 2 has just received a federal grant to replace your old basal series. You are on the selection committee. You will be making a presentation to the School Board regarding your recommendation. Review the materials and present both positive and negative aspects of each series.

  8. Group Music Integration Unit • Group Assignment • Initial Planning • Decision of Theme • Assignment of unit requirements • Assistance in Lesson Plan Format

  9. Guitars • Individual notes – each fret represents one half step • A (tonic) and E (dominant) chords

  10. “In a world of peace and love, music would be the universal language.”Henry David Thoreau